My Mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer 2 days before we had the US that showed no HB with our baby in late July. We were told 6-12 months at that time,a month later after a PET scan we were told 6 months. Now Mom is in Hospice and is weeks away from passing, if that. She was not responsive at all today for the first time, I can usually get her to talk a little and say "I love you." My transfer is scheduled for next wednesday the 14th. I just don't know what to do or expect. I have never lost a close family member (except our baby) and just don't know weather I should go forward with my FET or not with the stress level right now. I am her power of attorney and will be handeling all the arrangements, most of which she prearranged. She is not in pain, that I know of and feel selfish wanting her to hang on longer if she is, but I just can't imagine life without my Mom.I know I haven't been on here much lately as I spend most of my time at Hospice and work. I just ask you ladies for your prayers for my Mom and pray for me to see what is right for me to do right now.
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